Tony is a law professor, podcaster, speaker, and author of award-winning fiction and non-fiction.
He writes The Harwood Mysteries: an award-winning medieval historical fiction series for youth published by Loyola Press. He is the host of The Shepherd's Pie, an ecumenical radio show and podcast that focuses on youth issues. He also writes short stories and pens a regular legal column in Practical Homeschooling Magazine.
In his professional life, Tony teaches law and authors legal casebooks, book chapters, and journal articles on matters of constitutional law, homeschooling law, and military policy. He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel from the U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps after 21 years of military service, where he litigated civil and criminal cases before trial and appellate courts and taught at the Air Force Academy.
He and his wife, Alisa, homeschooled their five children.
Tony is available to speak to your class or homeschool group, or at any writing, legal, and home education event.
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Tony presented at the CWG Writer's Conference during the CMN in Chicago in July.